Taxation of Compensation and Benefits

Cvach, Gary Q.; Stecher, Terri L.E.
May 2002
Corporate Business Taxation Monthly;May2002, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p29
Trade Publication
Focuses on the changes on golden parachute rules under Section 280G in the U.S. Application to special entities; Valuation of stock options; Amount of payment contingent on change in control; Types of change in control.


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